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The Wisconsin Farm Bureau says consumers can serve a traditional Thanksgiving dinner at a lower cost than a year ago. Turkey growers typically receive about 15 percent of the bird's retail price.

Walker hoping for bi-partisan support on major issues over next two years; GOP says unions aren't a target: Thanksgiving dinner cheaper than last year; more state briefs

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MADISON -- Gov. Scott Walker says he believes his proposals can get support from both major parties in the next contentious in the last session.

Addressing about 300 business and community leaders in La Crosse Thursday, Walker told reporters he'll keep focusing on job creation. He predicted that minority Democrats will give at least some support to tax cuts, reforming state regulations and a newly reworked mining bill.

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